When it Comes to Electrical Safety, Knowledge is the Best Kind of Power

The electric charge which flows into your property through electric circuits carries enough power to cause serious personal injury — electric shock, burn, even death. In addition to personal injury, electrical fires can also cause significant and often irreversible damage to property. These fires are extremely dangerous because they often start undetected in concealed spaces and by the time you see smoke, the space behind your walls can be fully engulfed.

Some of the common electrical hazards found in buildings include…

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